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For Fancy Goods k Trimmings,
Barg'ns in Embroid'ed Dresses,
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IT II 13
SATURDAY, MAY 2G, 1888.
StiiH'LlkcllKu from ICnhultil
.Stmr Wnlnlc.ilo fiom Kunni
Stun' Lcluiti fiom Unnmkiia
Stmr O It Bishop fiom Kauni
Bk Julio fiom Newcastle, X. S. W.
Stmr Iwnlnnl from llamakua
Stmr Mokolll fiom Molokai
Scbr Knwnllmil fiom Koolau
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolnu
Stmr Surpi Iso for Laupnliochoo and by
potts lit -4 p in
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Slmr Mokolll for Molokai
Stmr Llkcllko for Kaliulul ami Maul
Stmr .T A Cummins for Koolau
Sclir Mamiokawal for Koolau
From Kahului untl bv ports, pur btmr
Llkcllkc. May 20-J A Roilanct, Awal,
Hon K llclukunlhl, Uo and child, Mis
Jackson and child, 1 X Makeo, W 11
Cornwcll, John Dcnipsev, I)r Peterson,
Miss E Ualley, Win Edwin ds, J II
Black and -IS deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Lcbua 1,874 bgs sugar.
Stmr Walalcale 71)1 bgs sugar, 12
horses and 1 bullock.
Stmr Bishop 2,770 bgs sugar and 10
Stmr Likcllke 3,737 bgs sugar ,45 hides,
1 horse and 112 bgs spuds.
The bgtno Consuclo anived at Kahu
lui last Wednesday fiom San 1'iancisuo.
On tho fame day the fc'chr Anna sailed
from Kahului for San Fiancisco with
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
This week Maui had light south
erly winds and plenty of rain.
A dkokkx loller fiom Waihco mill,
came by tho Likelikc, this moining,
to bo lepaircd at tho foundry.
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Marshal J. II. Sopor is holding a
court of inquiry this afternoon, as to
tho origin of the file this morning.
Twelve horses belonging to Mr.
"W. H. Rico, of Lihue, Kauai,
came to Honolulu by the Wiiialealc
One of tho Hakalau mills has shut
down for the season. The other is
still running, and will liavo work -for
, three months yet.
The arrests by the polico up to
noon to-day were: Mis. Ludswisko
selling liquors without a licence,
Myer, disorderly conduct, and Jack,
The Nuuanu Musical Club will
give a musical party at tho residence
of Mr. J. II. 1'aty, Monday evening.
The officers of the Zilveren Kruis
have been invited.
There arc two candidates for mes
senger for the coming sebsion of the
Legislature already in the field. Mr.
Hookano, who held the position last
session, and Mr. William B. Itiec.
The exhibition to bo given in tho
Music Hull this evening by the Van
dalia Athletic Club, will consist of
athletic exorcises, Minstrelsy, etc.
Popular prices aro chaiged, and a
bumper houso is expected.
The sample of parsnips brought
to tho Bulletin office yestciday by
Mr. McKcnzio, aie not hero now.
Thoy wcio taken homo, cooked, and
eaten, and tho trial proved tho
quality to bo equal to to tho appear
ance. The assigneo of tho estate of
Henry S. Swinton, a bankiupt, noti
fies the crcditois of the estate that
he will apply for a dischaigo from all
liabilities as such assigneo and for
an order to make a final dividend, at
10 A. m., on Monday, May 28th, 1888.
THE ADVERTISER CHANGE.
The "Pacific Commercial Adver
tiser" property was transferred to
the Hawaiian Gazotto Co. this after
noon. Monday morning tho "Daily
Advertiser" will make its first ap
pearance under the now manage-
inent. The "Advertiser" building
will be rotaiued by the "Hawaiian
Gazette Co.," and used as a news
paper establishment exclusively.
The present" "Gazette" rooms will
he for job printing only.
Satuhday, May 2Gtli.
Jack, drunkenness, SG.
Jas. O. Quinn, assault on S.
Turner, with a murderous weapon,
was fined $10 and sent to prison for
Mrs. Minnie Ludswisko, selling
liquors without a licenso, continued
Jo June 1st. Paul Neumann for de
fendant, Wm. Meyer, disorderly conduct,
Patrick Hayes and J. Brown,
assault and battery on G. Curtis,
Brown is discharged and Hayes is
Two Chinese cases from former
dates were further put off.
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J. udvnrtit-u in the Daily Kum.kiim.
OB PRINTING ol all kind, exo
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EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Entertainment by the Blue Klb
bon League, in tho Y. M. C. A. hall,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Entertainment bj' the Vandalia
Athletic Club at the Hawaiian Opera
House, at 7:30 o'clock.
Annual meeting of the Hawaiian
Mission Children's Society, nt thu
residence of W. W. Hall, at 7 :30
Meeting of Pacific Hose Company,
at 7 :30 o'clock.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual Saturday evening en
tertainment will ho held at the Y.
M. C. A. hall this evening, under the
auspices of tho Blue Ribbon League.
Following is the programme:
Piano Solo Mrs. L. L. Van Sly ke
Heading Miss II. Cliambcilalu
Song Miss M. Llshman
Heading U. W. Ashfoid
n,int f Violin Dr. P. It. Day
iJl,LC Piano MlbS II. Dixon
Addicss Prof. L. L. Van Slyko
Mr. T. G. Gribblo will lecture to
children, in the Hall of tho Y. M.
C. A., at 3 r. m.
AUCTION SALE ON MONDAY.
BY .1. F. MORGAN.
At his salesroom at 12 noon, a
number of valuable lots situate in
Kapiolani Park, and now belonging
to the estate of Frank Brown.
,JJV JAS. V. MOUGAN.
At hia sales room at 12 noon, a
mortgagee's sale of real estate.
A little after 2 o'clock this moin
ing, the fire bells sounded an alarm
for a fire on the corner of Hotel and
Nuuanu streets. Tho fire was in
tho AVo Lung Sam Sing building, in
a pile of clothes in a closet. The
Fire Department was promptly on
hand, and in a few minutes the fire
There will be memorial services
under the auspices of Geo. W. Dc
Long Post, G. A. It., to-morrow
night, in the Central Union Church,
at 7:30. All cs-soldiers and sailors
of the late Union Army arc cordially
invited to meet with the post to par
ticipate in the ceremony, and a cor
dial invitation is extended to the
public to attend the services in the
NEAR THE HALF-WAY HOUSE.
Last night, at about 8:30 o'clock,
somebody set fire to the long dry
grass, about a hundred yards from
the half-way house on the Pali road,
on the town side. The wind was
from the south, and the half-way
house was in immediate danger of
burning. A riding party gave the
alarm to the keeper of the house,
and after a vigorous fight he suc
ceeded in extinguishing the flames.
DEATH OF MR. ALEX. TURNBULL.
The death of Mr. Alexander
Turnbull, a native of Nova Scotia
and for many years in the employ of
the "Wilder Steamship Company,
occurred in the Queen's Hos
pital at 10 a. m. yesterday morning,
from heart disease. He had been
ill for some time, but becoming
worse, he was taken to tho hospital,
where he expired as above stated.
Tho funeral took place from the
hospital this afternoon, at 2 o'clock.
ENGINE COMPANY MEETINGS.
A meeting of Engine Co. No. 2,
was held last night, at which the
following ticket for engineers was
nominated. For Chief, C. B. "Wil
son; for 1st Assistant, Frank IIus
taco; for 2nd Assistant, J. F.
At Engino Co. No. -1, a ballot re
sulted in tho nomination of; for
Cliiof, C. B. "Wilson ; for 1st Assis
tant, Frank Hustacc ; for 2nd As
sistant, Geo- Norton.
A RIDING PARTY.
A riding party of four couples
went out to the Pali last evening.
Tho night was gloriously bright and
cool, nnd tho load was excellent.
From the Pali was a magnificicnt
sight. The sea, minaturo lochs
nnd bays, tho hills and valleys could
be distinctly seen in the moonlight.
Tho fantastic and quixotic shadows
of tho lofty, jagged crags, tho soft,
melodious chirping of the crickets,
tho distinct echo of every sound,
and the peculiar ghost-like stillness
of the surroundings weic indeed
OAHU COLLEGE MUSICALE.
A largo and appreciative audience
was in attendance at the musicalo,
at Oalm College, last night. The
musicalo was given by the pupils of
Mrs. Van Slyko, and showed tho
very tlioiough training they had io
ceived at her hands. The piano
playing was exceptionally fine,
while the singing was equally good.
The programme as previously pub
lished by us, was most successfully
carried out, and tho largo audience
dispersed, greatly satisfied with the
The new regulations for tho
theatres of Madiid piohibit the usu
of gas, and make tho adoption of
tho electric light compulsory.
Bargains in Embroideries,
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The Eoyal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert this afternoon at
Emma Sqvia.'e, commencing at 4:30
o'clock. Following is the pro
March Black Hussars M Mocker
Ovoi line Kaymond Thomas
rinalo A'itorgn Abci t
Itciniulscencoi of Bellini Godfrey
Waltz Don Ccam e Dcllluger
Galop Black Hussars Millockcr
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
hefoiiu runsTOK, j.
Satouoay, May 26lh.
Him "Wo Tai Co. vs. L. Alilo,
assumpsit, 83.3,829 and interest.
From April term, 1887. Defend
ant's motion for security for costs to
accrue. Ordered to stand over.
AN ESSAY ON PRACTICABILITY
It behooves me now to investigate,
scrutinize and criticize, first, tho
hopeless drunkard, and secondly,
the moderate tippler.
In ages past it was a foregone
conclusion that the sins of the father
would be visited on the offspiing.
Whether contemplating human mis
ery or animal defect the rule to this
day holds good. Like will beget
like, and though wc find certainly in
this, as any other general rule, ex
ceptions, which arc very few and
rare indeed, I yet base "my asser
tion on this unalterable law of nature
when I hold that a drunkard is born
and not made. Taste for alcoholic
drink may be and always is cultivat
ed by habit, but the various effects
which diink has on different indi
viduals is caused through a predis
position either pro or con which is
entirely dependent upon natuial and
inbred causes. The exceptions
above mentioned have, of course,
only reference to the mlc that like
begets like and not to this predispo
sition, as there have been instances
where no known member of a drunk
ard's family had this predisposition
and then again where a drunkard
had children without it.
The general term drunkard is ap
plied to a man who is a slave to
drink, whose every thought is drink
and who finally succumbs to
it, not necessarily through the
habitual drinking of alcoholic
coholic bevciage, but rather through
this innate and inbred constitutional
desire which leads him nolens volens
to immoderate indulgence and fin
ally a premature death.
Although poverty, sickness, long
houis of labor, small wages, igno
rance and an aimless life have been
saddled with the responsibility of
this weakness, I yet maintain that
the man or woman who is subject to
it, who, simply and independently
of the above causes, tastes liquor,
and because tasting it, becomes an
uncontrollable slave to it, is and
must be bom with this torrrible de
sire. For such a person there is no
middle course. He either must join
the ranks of total abstinence or die
of deliiium tremens. All statistics
tend to show that this class of men
is found in every rank and station
of society, thus proving that these
pitiable men are not the victims of
conditional circumstances, '.but are
born witli this constitutional pecu
liarity which makes them slaves to
To deride, ridicule or despise such
a man is equal to mocking, slighting
or laughing at a cripple. Both are
deformities; one mentally, the
other physically. Fiiends, there is
no object in this beautiful world of
ours which demands your consider
ation more, nor appeals to your
commisscrating, humane and noble
feelings of pity to such an extent as
does tins mental deformity which wo
call a drunkard.
If we were all such, I say from
tho bottom of my heart prohibit
drink forever. Butaswc are not,
wc, with our predominant sense of
self-preservation of our habitual
appetites, with our cussed contrari
ness of opposing that which is forced
upon us by total abstainers, wc, I
say, tho moderate di inkers rebel
and deny the right of any one to
meddle with our desires.
In this argument we liavo no con
cern with other countries. This is
a homo question which should be
fought out on our own ground and
on our own statistics. As far as I
know tho natives of these islands in
years gono by were as happy as a
beautiful climate, and a bountiful
nature could make them. Sickness
almost unknown, tho common vices
of civilization never dreamt of,
death occurring rarely from anything
but old ago, these people enjoyed
a happiness, unpolished, uncaught
and natural as it was, which tho
white men never dreamt of. It
would have been well for this peo
ple if Christianity, with all its senti
mental pomp of divinity and drink
had not come among them, scatter
ing tho poisoned cup and more
poisonous example of so-called civil
ization. It was Christianity which introduc
ed this curse of drink among tho
contented peoplo of Hawaii, and
now it is this very samo Christianity,
after killing two-thirds of tho popula
tion thiougli their unnatural contact,
which has taught tlieni tho dcvclish
delight of intoxication, that dictates
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peremptorily to all. Stop, wo have
had enough of it. Surety, surely,
tho least wc, tho modorato drinkers
may demand, without offending our
brothers, the total abstainers, is
Let us sec who aotualiy, and as a
nutter of fact compose this large
lrnjority of moderate drinkers? Let
us examine their intelligence, social
standing and influence over the rest
of humanity and see how hurtful or
how beneficial they prove to the
A close scrutiny of these questions
reveals tho fact that the greatest
orators, statesmen philosophers,
generals, engineers philantlnopists,
aitists, Kings and Emperors wero
and are to the present day moderate
drinkers. Nay more, the very
founder of Christianity was one of
them, although I must class the
gentlemen who established the prin
ciples of protestantism rather among
immoderate drinkers, becauso lie
indulged until he saw tho Devil and
seeing his satanio majesty shied
an inkstand nt him, tho stain of
which is shown to this day in "the
Wartenburg, but of course without
the story of Rhino wine.
Considering these facts, seeing a
Bismarck emptying three bottles of
champagne during his speeches,
seeing a Gladstone waxing eloquent
through a judicious inward applica
tion of Guinness' stout, reading of a
Daniel Webster enjoying hiseggnogg
and a Henry Clay loving his toddy
Napoleon the Great drinking his
wine, and a Frederick the Great in
dulging in beer, Cyrus Field con
cocting the plan of n transatlantic
cable while drinking alcoholic bever
age, and so on ad infinitum. Wc aro
bound to be led to the belief, that
after all, diink docs not do half the
harm which it is said and preached
True these are general facts and
thcic is a great deal to be said on
the other side concerning tempta
tion, association and conventionality
which makes both young and old
men indulge in drink immoderately
to no purpose, and to the detriment
of their health and pocket without
actually becoming unredeemable
drunkards. The very companion
ship of to day leads to it. A friend
meets a friend and the very fust in
vitation ho gets is "take a drink."
This drink, once or twice, may do
him no harm, but often repeated
might get him into the habit of
di inking which although not neces
sarily, yet often means neglect of
duty friendship, love and self-respect.
The ditllcult part of this danger is
that it never can be foretold. No
man can say with certainty either to
himself or to another, if we tasto
liquor we will becomo drunkards.
One may be able to drink with
impunity, the other is completely
ruined by it, but of the two the
man who drinks without any visible
harm to himself is the most danger
ous and detrimental drawback to
total abstinence. He is so, because
a continual example to the inexperi
enced who seos him enjoy a cup
which docs him seemingly no harm,
and not considering the different
effect it may have on himself, goes
and does likewise. It might be all
right and no harm come of this, yet
there is the "might" and in aftor
years perhaps this youth will have
to repeat tho sad words ; "It might
(To be continued).
Y. M. C. A Gospel Praise Service
at GtfO i m. Come and bring a friend.
Kawaiahao Chukch. Rev. II. II.
P.uker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. si. Pleaching at 11 A. si.
Kau.ua kai'im Giiukcii. Rev. J.
Waiamau, pastor. Sunday school at
0 a.m. Pleaching at 10 -30 A. m. and
7 :U0 1. 3i.
Mormon Cnuitcii. Seivlces hi Ha
waiian at 10 a. 31. Evening services in
English at 7:30 o'clock. Allure In
vited. Quki:k Emma Hall. Gospel and
song service for Hawallans ho speak
English at at 3 v. m. Good singing.
Shoi t talks. Everybody clconie.
Jaiani:sr Kkuvicu : Gospel and
Song Services at 11 a. si.; Bible Class
7:30 r. si., In the Japanese Y. M O. A.
Room, Queen Emma Mall, comer of
Bc-ictaula and Nuuanu streets.
Ck.nthal Union Ciiuuch. Itev. E.
G. Beekwlth, 1). J)., pastor. Sunday
school and Bible class at 0:15 a. si.
Seivlces at 11 A. si. and 7:30 i si.
Ciiini:si: Ciiuitou. Foil street, near
corner Beictaula. Mr. Kong Shut Ka
evangelist. Chlncsu Sunday school,
0 :30 a. si. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 1-. si. Pleaching 11
a. si. and 7:30 i'. si. itlhlo chibs hi
Chinese Y. M. O. A. Hall, 0:30 i si.
St. Aniikkw's Cathedral. Tho
seivlces at St. Andiew's Cathedral to
moirow will bit; Holy Communion,
(1:30 a. si. Matins with ed
ition at OtfO. Hawaiian evensong at
3:30i'. si. Evensong with sermon atO
r. si. Seats aie iinappiopriatcd.
St'cond Cougicgatiou, Rev. Geo
Wallace, pastor. Morning prayer
with fccrmou at 11:15 A. si evening
prayer with seimon at 7:30 i. si.
Sunday bcliool meets at 10 A. si. Seats
fieo at all seivlces.
Chinese Congiegatlou, Rev. II. II.
Goweu In chuigc. Moining pi aver,
with sermon, at 11:15 a. si. Siinduy
bchool at 10 a. si. Evening prayer, with
seimon, at 7:30 p. si.
Rosiak Catholic Catheiiuai.,
0 and 7 A. si., low mass with Holy Com
munion; 10 a. si., high mass, with ser
mon cither In Hawaiian, Portuguese or
English, alternating according to the
three piiuginal dlgeicut nationalities of
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
the chinch; 2 P. si., rosnry and cate
tism; 4:30 r. St., institution and bene
diction of tho Blessed Sacrament.
THE UNLUCKY IN SUPERSTITION.
The old laying is nil that has sur
vived of tho superstition that it is
unlucky for a woman to marry a
man whoso surname begins with tho
samo letter as her own:
To change the name and not the letter
Is a change for the woiso and not tlie
Arrangements for the Bi-mctallic
Conferenco in Manchester are now
cotnploto, and tho conference pro
mises to bo a great success.
The tariff war between Franco
and Italy is expected "to extend the
sales of American cattle in the
former country and American tex
tiles in Italy.
F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
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YAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas- Mill.
I?INEST BRANDS OF CALI
X forma Port, Madeira and Malaga,
for saio in kegs and cases by
GONSAIiVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
IF YOU really want your money's
wonh of the finest IIome-Mrde
French and Plain Candles, the most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cako, call at tho 1'loncer Btcain
Candy Factory, Bakery and Ice Cream
Parlors, established 1SC3, Hotel, oppo.
site Bethel street. F. Houn, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orna
inunler. I'. S. The only place whe.o
the Genuine Butter Scotch is marii.
facturcd and sold. 16 tf
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will be gratefully iccclv
cd for the use of the inmates of the
Brunch llotpltal for Lepers at Knknako,
or at the Leper Settlmcnt on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Wulcrhousc, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. t.fcf tf
WE liavo again on hand a few of
our exceptionally superior Surf
Boats in sizes from IS to yifect. A
these boats speak for tlicnwhcs, wo in
vite inspection. Price as low as any.
We have also sercral 70 lb Clinker,
copper-fast, recreation boats, with oars
and rowlocks, complete. Capable of
holding three persons. Jubt tho thing
for an impromptu regatta, spin aiound
harbor, lake or liver. Price from 50 to
CO dollars. Also a light Baggage Et.
prats with two portable cushioned scats,
handy for business or a family out of
town, and one ttreng Hand Cart. Cheap
for cash, at J. A. UOWEIVS,
Pi inter's Line, Punch uoul St.
Mutual Tele. No. !125, P. O. Box No. 459.
TO the creditors of the Estato of Afu,
of Wailiiku, Maui, a bankrupt,
That the undersigned, Assignee of
the Estate of Afu, a bankrupt, has prcj
paratory to his final account and divi
dend submitted his accounts us such
Assignee and lilcd the same before Hon.
S. B. Dole, Justice of the Supreme
Court, at his Chambers, to whom he
will apply at 10 o'clock a. si., MONDAY,
the 28th day ef May, for settlement of
said accounts and for discharge from
all liability as such L'signee and for
an order to make a finul dividend.
And that any person interested may
then and there appear nnd contest tho
same. V. O. PARKE,
Assignee Estato of Afu.
Honolulu, May 2J, 1888. 00 4t
TO the creditors of tho Estate of
Henry S. Swinton, of Honolulu,
Oalm, a bankrupt.
That the undersigned Assiguco of the
E&taie of Henry S. Swinton, a bank
rupt, has preparatory to his final ac
count and dividend submitted his ue.
counts as such Assignee and filed the
tamo before Hon. It. F. Rlckerton, Jus
tice of the Supremo Court, at his Cham,
hers, to whom ho will apply at 10
o'clock x. u., on MONDAY, the 28th
day of May, for settlement of wild ac
counts and for a dibclmrgo from all Ha.
blllty as such Assignee and for nn order
to mnku a final dividend.
And that any person interested may
then and there appear and contest llio
same. W. O. PARKE,
Assignee Estate of II. S. Swinton.
Honolulu, May 15, 1888. 43 St
TO the creditors of the Estato of W.
P. Akau, a bankrupt, take notice.
That the iindcrsigniu Assignees of
tho Estate of W. P. Akau, a haiikrupt,
have prepaiatory to their final account
nnd dividend, submitted their accounts
as such Acslgnccfl nnd filed tho same
before Hon. H B. Dole, Justice of the
Supreme Court, at Chambers, to whom
they will apply at 10 o'clock a.,m,ou
MONDAY, tho 28th day of May, foi a
settlement of said accounts unit for a
discharge from all liability as such
Assignees and for an order to make a
And that any person interested may
then and there appear and contest tho
same. W. O. PARKE,
Assignees of tho Estate of W. P. Akau.
Honolulu, May 23, 1883. CO It
ALL amounts due the fiim of Brown
& Co., Wine & Splilts Merchants,
of Honolulu, that wt-ro contracted pre
vlous to theSOlh day of March last, if
notfccttlcd hufoie thu 0th duyof June
next, will be pluccd in tho hands of a
legal prosecutor, with instructions to
sue fox, and recover at once.
A. J. CAHTWHiailT,
W. F ALLEN,
Asslgnrcs of Brown &. Co,
Honolulu, May 31. 1888. 481m
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X Island subscription, 91 per annum.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Our Entire Stock of Embroideries, Ori
ental, Spanish and Torchong Laces will be
sold at an Immense Reduction. Ladies are
invited to call and learn our prices.
Received by last steamer a large assort
ment of Oriental and Embroided Flouncing
which we otter at Bed Rock Prices.
Forty pieces Canvas Cloth, in Cream and
White, at 12 1-2 cents.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
COMPLETE LIIE OF GOODS
Are receiving by every incoming sleumer from San
Furniture, Clairs, Pianos, Guitars, Pictures,
Crockery Ware, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods ! Fancy Goods !
NEW STYLES -IN
j?iL.riros and ifitirjwxtcjdrje
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES. CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Made to Order.
Canary Birds, CanarySBirds,
FOR SALE AT
G. WEST & GO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
mli 87 HOlVOlTJlXT. ly
to the Ladies !
New Goods !
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